Mariah Wade play 'The Flower of Magherally O', a song they got from the singing of Frank Harte, Dublin. Frank was a much loved singer and collector of songs and was well known on the Dublin musical scene.
Mariah Wade play a two-part set in Bristol, Tennessee in August 2011 as part of their 'From Asheville to Nashville' tour of the States. We had the great pleasure of supporting James Meadows at the famous Country Music Mural outside the town's Downtown Centre to a wonderfully receptive audience. In this portion of the set the band play arrangements of traditional songs 'The Flower of Magherally O', 'Pretty Saro', and one of their own compostitions 'Silver Needle'.
An early one here - Catherine Doogan singing 'An Cailín Gaelach' in about 2003 for TG4, the national Irish language TV channel. The recording was made in Roisin White's house in Miltown Malbay, during the annual Willie Clancy Summer School. Catherine, who is seated with Co. Down singer Rosin White, is followed by Iarla Ó Lionáird and Colm O'Donnell.